Lounsberry Meadow has a total of 51 housing units. The building offers studios, one-bedroom units, and 10 handicap accessible, barrier–free, one bedroom units. All units are designed for independent living and come equipped with:
- full private baths;
- kitchens with stoves and refrigerators;
- ample closet space;
- vinyl floors;
- emergency signal system;
- fire protection apparatus;
- provisions for telephone, cable television and an intercom system;
- individually metered electric heating systems with provision for air conditioning
Parking is provided for one car. There are common laundry facilities on the main level.
The VNA schedules a blood pressure clinic every 4th Tuesday of the month and emergency services are available 24 hours a day.
The Long Hill Police Department and Investor’s Savings Bank team up and run an “Identity Safety Class” when the need is warranted. Last year the Diabetes Association held an information seminar for the residents.
In today's rapidly changing society, a fast, well trained, experienced and understanding management team is the key to success. Lounsberry Meadow is professionally managed by the R.P. Marzulli Co, Inc. The property has regularly scheduled office and business management personnel working on-site. Dan Ritchey and Pam Lopez regularly attend Board of Trustees meetings and communicate with the Board between meetings on a variety of issues. Their profiles are available in the Facilities Management section of the website.
Mr. Dan Ritchey is the primary professional manager for the property. He graduated from Kean University with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management and became certified as an Assisted Housing Manager in 1993. Dan joined Marzulli in 1994, and is now an Executive Manager with almost twenty years experience at the company. Mr. Ritchey is also a licensed real estate agent.
Pam Lopez works for the Board of Trustees in assisting applicants navigate the application process, and serving as liaison between Management, the Board and the residents. Pam joined Lounsberry as Site Manager for the property in 2005. She previously had worked for IBM as an administrator until 1989 when she decided to stay at home and raise her three children. She rejoined the workforce with her employment at Lounsberry.